A member of ACT's team will contact you to collect the important documents and insurance information.
ACT will contact insurance and obtain a Verification of Benefit (VOB) sheet and will share it with you.
You, the parents, review the VOB. Once you agree on the service, a member of our team will set an intake interview with you.
An assigned BCBA will design a plan to fit your child's needs exactly.
ACT services begin. You're hereby members of the ACT family. Welcome aboard!
What to Expect
A Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will assess your child and set a plan. Sessions will be provided for your child. To ensure the highest quality of service, no session should be shorter than 2 hours or longer than 6 hours. You may schedule 2 sessions a day as long as they don’t exceed 8 hours total.
ACT provides frequent assessments to ensure that your child’s plan is adjusted to their needs to reach their full potential.
It all comes down to progress.
Our organization-wide philosophy is that every person deserves to live a happy life with their dignity preserved. Therefore, our organization-wide ultimate goal is to make socially significant progress towards a happier life that allows people on the spectrum to live with dignity.